Birdwatching in Mutton Hole Wetlands

Take your binoculars to the 9000-hectare Mutton Hole Wetlands, between Karumba and Normanton, which are of international significance as a breeding, feeding, moulting and drought refuge for birds. You will find a variety of waterbirds, including whistling-ducks, sarus cranes, brolgas and waders.

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